That’s where the problems arise. Because when you say you care that people should be upvoting memes, you’re spreading the idea that you only make memes for yourself. And you don’t want to help yourself. You just want to blame everyone else for your “failure” to be on the front page.
And if your premise is “if you view a meme you should upvote it,” I’ll just laugh my head off. People can upvote whatever they want whether they laugh or not.
And if it matters that much to you, just know that upvotes are the most irrelevant part of a meme. Making the front page is irrelevant. That’s why I put quotation marks around the word “failure.” Because it isn’t a failure that you didn’t make the front page. The failure is you thinking it matters. What really matters is the fact that you shared your created memes for people to see.